Two thrilling ways to recreate the "Queen of the Skies."
While initial 100-series 747s offered sufficient payload and enough range for domestic flights, they required more of each for longer international flights. 200-series 747s were soon developed, including 1971's B747-200 for basic passenger flights. The famed Japan Airlines (JAL) added 747-200s to their fleet throughout the decade to accommodate the increased number of international flights.
- JAL "Old Paint," Code: JA8116 (Early: Dark Blue and Red Stripe)
- JAL "Old Paint," Code: JA8164 (Late: Grey Stripe)
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Stock Number: HSGS0679
Mfg. Number: 10679
Skill Level 3
61 / 61 pieces
Length: 13.77 in (350 mm)
Width: 11.73 in (298 mm)